Dying from Improvement: Inquests and Inquiries Into Indigenous Deaths in Custody

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University of Toronto Press, 2015 - Coroners - 309 pages
“Dying from Improvement makes a compelling argument that colonialism is not a thing of the past, but is real and ever present. Razack's analysis illustrates the normalization of the dehumanization of Indigenous people, while offering a meticulous, thoughtful, and sensitive defense of the humanity of those affected.”--Publisher's website.

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